Nigeria Can Deliver Primary Health Care - Muhammad Ali Pate

Nigeria's poor become poorer due to ill health, and ill health worsens poverty in a vicious cycle, says global health leader Dr. Muhammad Ali Pate, CEO of Big Win Foundation. But in a distinguished lecture at Ondo State University of Medical Sciences in his home country of Nigeria, Dr. Pate - who led a successful polio vaccination campaign in conflict-wracked north-east Nigeria, when he was minister of state for health - points to signs of progress. He argues that bold, visionary leadership and the recognition that Nigeria's economic development depends on better health services can transform the country.



Distinguished Lecture At The Ondo State University Of Medical Sciences by Muhammad Ali Pate.

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